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Get some better rubber out back and work on your 60' times and you'll be seeing 13.xx all day. :nice:
Is the car modified? If so, what's been done?
I got a $99 H-pipe from JC Whitney in 99 for my 94. Perfect fit, no problems to this day.
Can I be on the list? Stock block S/C 302(bored to 306) [email protected]
VA State troopers hate everyone. :shrug: Even other cops. :nonono:
What yr is your car? If it's a 94 and it more noticeable in 3rd than any other gear, it's normal.
I can't answer your question but a buddy of mine has a SD 88 GT with over 210,000 miles on it and he ran a [email protected]
Really? I didn't have this problem until 6 days ago. Everything has been working fine until then. I'm running Norton's personal firewall 2003.
I can't see it. Lately, every time I click on an attachment from a post, the little Stangnet.com silver mustang pops up. WTF???
I just recently cut the stock tube in 2 about 10" from where it hooks to the stock H. I started taking my car to my buddy's shop which has a lift...
I wish I could pass emissions with my H but I can't even stand behind my car when it's running with Cam2 in there.
O2 sensors screw in. You can use an o2 sensor socket or just use a tubing wrench so you don't round off the head. You won't have to cut your AP...
If it was N/A, wasn't a daily driver and saw more strip than street, probably so.
Yeah but the sound makes up for the torque loss.
That too as well as the number and quality of bends in the pipe. In this case, a straight pipe, H or X w/o cats, will greatly reduce the amount of...
With the increased flow and stock motor, you're going to loose some low end torque due to the lack of backpressure but gain a few HP in the upper...
Looks like they're 15-30miles east of Harrisburg, PA.
No, it won't set off the CE light. I'm always swapping my o/r H to the stock cats for emissions testing and have never had a CE light or any...
I'm going with G-Force, in my 94, when I rebuild.